NAD presents the new M23 hybrid Class D stereo amplifier, which is pleasantly priced according to the manufacturer.
The NAD M23 is a class D hybrid stereo amplifier. The same Purifi Eigentakt technology is used as in the much more expensive M33 on BluOS based streamer-amplifier. According to NAD, the design of the M23 should ensure near-zero distortion and extremely low noise values. The manufacturer promises a solid output power of 200 watts per channel (8 Ohms, 360 watts/channel into 4 Ohms) continuously and 260 watts peak (4 Ohms, 2 x 520 W into 4 Ohms); also in low impedances.
We just mentioned the NAD M33. Well, there is an additional nice trick that can be done with it! According to NAD, the M33 can be combined with the M23. You will then not only have access to BluOS with its extensive streaming capabilities, but also a total output power of 2 x 700 watts. Or use two M23’s in bridged mode for the same total power at the dials. The M23 has a price tag of $3499.